As many of you may already know, eating something while playing video games is one of the hardest and most frustrating things in the history of mankind. Unless you're playing a Metal Gear Solid game -- where the cutscenes are long enough for you to eat a five course meal -- you find yourself floundering between controller and foodstuff, losing lives in-game and hygenine points in real life. Now, there's finally a solution to the problem, a controller-mounted Hot Pocket holder; it's so convenient, you could probably use it during competitive online play.
We have a long history of excellent reportage on various and sundry disgusting and or dubious culinary abominations, so we couldn't let this one slide without drawing your attention to it. Gregory Ng of Freezer Burns calls it the Pepperoni Threepeat, and it consists of twenty-four pepperoni pizza rolls stuffed inside two pepperoni pizza Hot Pockets, all rolled up in a DiGiorno Pepperoni Pizza and baked for half an hour. All told, the meal comes to more than 3,000 calories, more than 100 grams of fat, and more than 8,000 mgs of sodium (about 400% of your daily recommended). We suggest you share, if you can find someone else similar culinary cojones to your own. (via Urlesque.)